So you are thinking of getting a new door. Maybe the old one is just too old and worn out,or you just thinking of bringing up some changes in your home interior or exterior, your door just don't feel 'inviting' and you get a feeling they are ruining your style. If you can answer to one of those questions (possibly more than one) you might consider buying a new door all together because if you only repaint it or fix them, others might not notice but you will always know that underneath all that are the same old, boring door you had for ages. But wait, don't just go on and buy one, there are some factors you need to pay attention to:
Price. Of course, if you have a lot of money you got unlimited choices and a lot of freedom, which can be good as well as bad. I see ton of people who just want to impress others, their neighbors, people passing by, relatives or even other family members by spending ridiculous amount of money. It is OK if the doors bought fill the need and actually 'deserve' the money, but often this is not the case. Most time people just buy them for one reason only, because they are so expensive others can't afford them. But I urge you not to be like that, choose wisely even if you are planning to spend loads of money. For those unfortunate ones, with bank accounts not so 'fat', buying the right door can be a true quest for the right balance between price and quality. Pick something nice, warm and welcoming to win the hearts of your visitors. This sound ridiculous but it's true, when you think of it, the first thing your guest will see is your door so think it through. And for those males reading this, my advice is - bring your wife as well, you might have some differences in taste and style but trust me, if you go and buy them yourself there are big chances she won't like it. Not necessarily because you picked the one she actually don't like but because you didn't involve her in the process.
Material. When talking about material of which the door is made we have to divide it in several groups:
If you are reading this and thinking this guy has no clue what he is talking about it's OK but if you want to take my advice, go with wood. There is nothing that can fit better to the front of your house then a piece of well crafted wood. Yes, there are doors which are usually made of plywood or laminate but I'm talking about solid wood door
. 100% wooden door, they might be pretty heavy but there is nothing more beautiful to help you welcome your guests. But there is of course, the problem with price with this door, but I am sure it is worth it.
Fiberglass. Fiberglass is the best choice for you if you want a low maintenance, strong, secure and resistant to mechanical, natural or any other types of damage. Bus, like the wooden door, we are talking high prices. You might get tempted to buy some cheaper ones but resist the urge. That choice may look good now but in time you will see some major costs if things aren't done correctly. You buy the right door and they can last for years and years with low maintenance, with no molt or rust. If you are lazy, fiberglass is the preferred material for you.
Steel. Now we come to the steel. To be honest I don't even want to go there. Yes, steel doors are cheap, don't require much work and maintenance but can you honestly imagine a steel door on your house? I know I can't, but I don't have anything against people who decide this is the way to go for them.
So this is it folks, improving your image and the beauty of the house is just a few inches away. Remember, when you get the door it's there to stay, so please be smart and choose wisely.
However, with the increased prevalence of wood door manufacturers, it has become far more affordable.
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